- Species on the brink of disappearing from U.K... (new posts)
- Just been looking on ISIS and noticed that South Lakes are down too 2.1.1 Brush-tailed Rock Wallaby,surely this species is not going to be around within the next 5 years does anybody else know of any...
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- Rare Breed Livestock in Zoos (new posts)
- A lot of the zoos I go to regularly have petting areas. One of them, Roger Williams has kept rare breed livestock, eg. Dexter cows in the past (back when the barnyard was an unofficial petting area,...
» Posted by wensleydale in the General Zoo Discussion forum
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- The Nonsense Thread (new posts)
- I made this thread as a place for people to just fool around, crack bad jokes, and just talk about whatever you want (What you ate for breakfast, what your cat just ate, how much Avatar is like...
» Posted by ThylacineAlive in the Zoo Cafe forum
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- Park News (new posts)
- Miami Seaquarium’s Andrew Hertz to become chair of Visit Florida board - Business - MiamiHerald.com
The park recently underwent a change of ownership. Or one is imminent. I forget how the...
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- Mulhouse Zoo (new posts)
- According to ISIS, Mulhouse houses 0.1 red-backed bearded Saki (Chiropotes Chiropotes). The holding of 0.1 Uta Hicks' bearded saki (Chiropotes Utahickae) has been removed from ISIS (where, i thought,...
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- GaiaPark Kerkrade Zoo (new posts)
- Have the Bat-eared Foxes live in a mixed exhibit yet? In the past there was a plan to mix them with an other African species ... If anybody has information about this, please let me know ...
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- Planckendael animal park, Mechelen, Belgium. (new posts)
- The RZSA (Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp) has 2 parks: The Antwerp Zoo (since 1843) and since 1956 there also is second park, called Planckendael. Maybe some of you have been there already.
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- Hix returns to East Africa (new posts)
- Last year when I visited East Africa I wanted to visit four countries - Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda - but after doing some research realised I could only afford to visit one. As Mountain...
» Posted by Hix in the Africa & Middle East - General forum
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- New Frog-species (new posts)
- A new tiny frog-species discribed from Brazil :
A tiny new species of frog from Brazil with a heroic name | Science Codex
» Posted by vogelcommando in the Wildlife & Nature Conservation forum
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- YWP Project Polar (new posts)
- Continuing from YWP 2013 news thread:
Best of luck to YWP with this venture :)
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